I might get heavily critized here, but why are you all looking to start your careers by working 90 hours a week?
Don't get me wrong, I'm currently studying in a top school that will ultimately lead me to work long hours during the first years, but my ultimate goal is also to enjoy life while I am still young. And this is actually a bit contradictory. Is this just an obsession with prestige that leads all of us to pay huge amounts on tuition and afterwards work in prestigious firms with a huge time-related opportunity cost? Time is imho the most scarce resource we have in our lives, so why do we want to spend all this time behind a desk although we are young and thereby usually still fit enough to do whatever we want? I mean, we could all get less prestigious jobs that pay less in absolute terms but leave us way more time to live. Why are we so blindly attracted by prestige no matter what?
Go ahead, destroy me with powerful and constructive arguments!